ANX to Develop White-Label Digital Currency Exchange for Bit-X
Bit-X Financial Corp. announced today it has concluded an agreement ANX to develop a white-label digital currency exchange based on ANXPRO's trading platform.
Bit-X Financial Corp., a Canadian company listed on the OTC.QB under the trading symbol BITXF, announced today it has concluded an agreement ANX to develop a white-label digital currency exchange based on ANXPRO's trading platform.
In addition to building the Bit-X Exchange, ANX will also provide ongoing technical, development and support services to the company and its registered users, according to a release.
Brad Moynes, President of Bit-X Exchange, stated:
"The ANXPRO proprietary trading engine is a critical component to our business. This agreement with ANX enables us to instantly offer crypto-currency services to our customers utilizing a proven technology platform and relying on the operations of a well-established brand and a very experienced team."
Expected to go live within 60 days, the Bit-X Exchange should include functionalities such as deposit and withdrawal services for multiple fiat currencies, payment processing via Vogogo Inc. services, trading exposure to bitcoin, ripple, litecoin, dogecoin and stellar while leveraging the established global liquidity order book developed and managed by ANX.
Formerly Rainchief Energy Inc. (OTCQB: RCFEF), Bit-X Financial Corp. rebranded on January 30, to focus on digital currency trading and P2P electronic payment solutions. The company is a reporting issuer in the Province of British Columbia with the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) and in the United States with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC).
Hong Kong-based ANX (Asia Nexgen) is the owner and operator of multi-currency online bitcoin exchange platforms ANXPRO and ANXBTC. The company is widely known to have brought the first bitcoin ATM in Hong Kong, in March 2014, and to offer one of the world's first bitcoin prepaid debit card usable on the Visa network.
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